ACM SIGGRAPH 2010 Emerging Technologies (Los Angelus, US)
ACM UIST 2010 Symposium on User interface software and technology (New York, US)
New Scientist – Future on display: Desk lamp turns table top into 3D
My Role in this project – Co-Author, Co-Concept & Video
Current tabletop systems are designed to sense 2D interactions taken place on the tabletop surface, such as finger touches and tangible objects. The ability to interact above the tabletop surface makes it possible to support 3D interactions. For example, an architect can examine a 2D blueprint of a building shown on the tabletop display while inspecting 3D views of the building by moving a mobile display above the tabletop. Recent approaches to localize objects in 3D requires visible markers or the use of embedded sensors [Song et al. 2009]. The use of visible markers often interferes with the content users are focusing on, limiting its usefulness and applicability.
UIST2010 – 23rd Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology (October 3-6, 2010 New York, NY)
Li-Wei Chan, Hsiang-Tao Wu, Hui-Shan Kao, Home-Ru Lin, JU-CHUN KO, Mike Y. Chen, Jane Hsu and Yi-Ping Hung. (9 Citations)
Beyond the surface: 3D interactions for tabletop systems. In ACM SIGGRAPH 2010 Emerging Technologies(Link)
ACM SIGGRAPH ’10. International Conference on Computer Graphics and Interactive Techniques.
Li-Wei Chan, Hsiang-Tao Wu, Hui-Shan Kao, Home-Ru Lin, JU-CHUN KO, Mike Y. Chen, Jane Hsu, and Yi-Ping Hung.